Bozo Preparer Gets Four Years

When I last reported on this story, I noted that Gayle McIntyre only received 54 years the previous time she committed tax fraud. Luckily for her, that sentence was suspended. She didn’t learn from the past.

In January she was indicted on 23 new counts of tax fraud, identity theft, forgery, and other charges in Albuquerque. She pleaded guilty to 16 of those counts in April. She was sentenced today in Santa Fe to four years in prison, and five more years on probation.

Of course, when she was indicted in January she was on probation for five years. I am hopeful that she will learn from this mistake but I don’t want to set odds on that.

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